Sunday, July 15, 2012

“Girl,” Interpreted

Erle Stanley Gardner’s more than 80 Perry Mason novels have gone through so many editions over the decades, it’s fun sometimes just to trace the evolution of a single title through its various cover treatments. In this post, Pulp International catalogues seven versions of The Case of the Sulky Girl, the second Mason novel (after The Case of the Velvet Claws), originally published in 1933.

READ MORE:Putting Up a Good Front,” by J. Kingston Pierce
(The Rap Sheet).

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